In this episode of Talking Talks I speak with Christian Hunt, founder of Human-Risk.
Christian specialises in applying behavioural science to ethics and compliance, topics that may seem dull but he manages to bring to life for his audience.
In our discussion we cover a range of things, like why some titles can be terrible, whether you should finish in Q&A, the difference between stage and virtual presentations and why Christian thinks PowerPoint "is the devil's work"!
View a sample of Christian in action: www.human-risk.com/speaking
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Christian is the founder of Human Risk, a Behavioural Science led Consulting and Training Firm, specialising in the fields of Ethics & Compliance. He was formerly MD at UBS where he was Head of Behavioral Science. Christian joined the Firm in Compliance & Operational Risk Control, leading the function globally for UBS Asset Management. Prior to joining UBS, he was COO of the UK Prudential Regulation Authority, a subsidiary of the Bank of England responsible for regulating financial services. He is the host and producer of the Human Risk podcast.
About Talking Talks:
Talking Talks is a behind-the-scenes look at how world class speakers craft and deliver their presentations.
A video series created and hosted by behavioural specialist Bri Williams, you'll hear from real-life public speakers about their approach to presenting.
From coming up with a title, technology to use or avoid, the difference between on-stage and virtual gigs, to how to start and conclude your talk and so much more.
Hear directly from those who share ideas for a living as we peek behind the curtain and see how amazing presentations get made.